The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 21, 1961 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Saturday, October 21, 1961
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, October 21, 1961 Ottawa High's Cyclones were dealt their worst beating of the season last night, as Leavenworth scored in every quarter for a 42-0 victory. Though Coach Harold Wallace's lyclones showed promise in an early scoring threat, they simply were no match for the Pioneers who had been ranked among the ;op ten high school teams in Kansas until they suffered their one loss, to Lawrence. The Pioneers scored their first louchdown with 7:27 minutes left in the first quarter, Hinkle going LOSE BALL—An alert Pomona defender (dark jersey) dives for a loose ball as Carbondale backs advance to stop him. Carbondale recovered the fumble, but it did little good as Pomona triumphed, 49-25, in the homecoming contest at Pomona yesterday. (Herald Photo) Melvern Still Unbeaten MELVERN - Undefeated Melvern racked up seven touchdowns to smash Hamilton, 47-20, here yesterday. Fain Price scored 20 points to lead the winners. He was followed by Darrell Schultz with 18 and Jim Irey with six. Price scored on runs of 47 and 6 yards and on a 26-yard pass from Irey. Schultz's tuochdowns were scored on 5, 6 and 15-yard runs. Irey scored on a 12-yard run. Extra points were added by Bob Criss, Bill Kramer and Jerry Irey. Melvern will meet Northern Heights, also undefeated this season, at Northern Heights Friday at 2 p.m. Score by quarters: Melvern 13 7 13 14-47 Hamilton 767 0-20 Pomona Victor At Homecoming POMONA—A group of red-hot Pomona Pirates delighted a homecoming football crowd by whipping Carbondale, 49-25, in an eight-man football game here yesterday. The Pirates, who ran 32 plays in scoring eight touchdowns, were led by Jim Goracke who scored four TDs, passed for two more and added the winners' only extra point. Goracke scored twice on end sweeps of 12 and 50 yards and runs of 60 and 65 yards. He also ran an extra point. Touchdown passes were from Goracke to Jim Burgoon and Roger Shoe- Kim-aid Beats Williamsburg KINCAID — A 10-yard pass with, 40 seconds remaining to 'play- gave Kincaid a 12-7 victory over Williamsburg in a rough and tumble 8-man football game here yesterday. Williamsburg scored first on a 30-yard end run by Phil Piersol. Fred Buckley added the extra point, to give the losers a 7-0 first period lead. Kincaid came back in the second quarter to score on a 30- yard pass play by Henry Pinneo to Richard Wooley making the score 7-6 at halftime. The final touchdown of the game came on another pass to Wooley this one for 10-yards from Jerry Howarter. Williamsburg, plagued by pen alties, moved into scoring territory three times, but could not cross the goal. Kincaid threatened one other time. Williamsburg, now 4-1, will host Strong City in a homecoming contest at Williamsburg Thursday night. Score by quarters: Williamsburg 7000—7 Kincaid 060 6—12 maker for 20 and 40 yards, respectively. Burgoon also scored on a four- yard run, and Shoemaker added a touchdown on a 70 - yard kick-off return. Carbondale was led by Ken Harris who passed 20 and 30 yards to Richard Bayless for touchdowns and scored on a five-yard plunge. Gary Abrams scored the losers' other touchdown on a five-yard pass. Pomona, now 4-2 will be at Harveyville next Friday night. Score by quarters: i Pomona .,..19 12 6 12—49 I Carbondale .067 12-25 Navy Deals Titans Their First Loss Crushed Stone Gevt. Lime Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY CH 2-4864 — CH 2-1782 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With Detroit again thwarted in its bid to gain national recognition, the college football focus Saturday centered on Notre Dame's attempt to return to the top of the heap against mighty Michigan State. Navy, after blowing a 13-0 lead, surged from behind a 19-16 third period deficit with three quick touchdowns and spoiled Detroit's unbeaten season 37-19 in the top game Friday night. The Titan, hampered by first period jitters, relied on the passing arm of Jerry Gross, one of the nation's top college quarterbacks, to forge their third period lead. Gross, who entered the game No. 2 among the nation's total offense leaders, hit Larry Vargo with strikes of 6, 10 and 26 yards to wipe out Navy's early lead. 'i. •':< Dick Drummond scored four touchdowns, including an 86-yard kickoff return, to spark George Washington to a 49-12 rout of William and Mary in the only other major game. The effort of Notre Dame, unbeaten in three and ranked fifth in the nation, to regain its former stature against top-ranked Michigan State claimed most of the attention today. Michigan State, which gained the top spot off its victory over Michigan last week, is unbeaten and holds the favorite's role. •SS OTTAWA BOWL * N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 High School Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Top Ten 1 Manhattan 44, Emporia 0 2 Independence 25, Columbus 14 6 Wichita Southeast 7, 3 Wichita East 6 4 Salina 19, Great Bend 6 5 Coffeyville 21, Nowata Okla 8 7 Garden City 33, Dodge Cit) 12 9 Topeka 14, 8 Wyandotte 14 (tie) Wichita North 27, 10 Hutchin son 14 McPherson 14, Abilene 7 Junction City 27, Clay Center 7 Ward 27, Atchison 6 Lawrence 14, Shawnee-Mission North 0 Leavenworth 44, Ottawa 0 Topeka West 13, Highland Park 0 Seaman 44, Osage City 12 Haskell 45, Paola 0 Turner 7, Argentine 6 Olathe 20, Rosedale 12 Bonner Springs 19, Osawatomi 19 (tie) Garnett 45, Humboldt 0 Fredonia 47, Yates Center 7 De Soto 21, Baldwin 6 Overbrook 14. Gardner 0 Louisbur" ?". '••> C"<me 0 Lyndon 42, Wellsville 0 Welterweight Title At Stake Wilt Has 103 After Two Games Cyclones Tumble, 42-0 11 yards. Gerhards added the extra point. Starting from their own 22 after the Pioneers kicked off following the first TD, the Cyclones cashed in on smart quarterbacking, Fullback Mickey Reed's running power and a break or two to move deep in Pioneer territory. Facing third down and needing 14 yards, Ron Dunn passed from a punting position 20 yards to Ron Showalter to get the march on the way. Reed chipped away at the Pioneer defense, picking up some of the 51 yards he gleaned during the game, as Ottawa I moved across midfield. A pass interference ruling helped the cyclones get to the Leavenworth 20. The drive stopped there when Gerhards picked up what was ruled a fumble by Paul Stephens and ran 81 yards for the .Pioneers' second touchdown. This was still in the first quarter. Leavenworth scored another touchdown in the second quarter, Mayo crossing from the 5-yard line. Gerhards added another extra point, and Leavenworth led, 20-0, at halftime. Touchdowns in the third quarter by Hinkle, on a 19-yard run, and Russell, on a 76-yard dash, mad* it 32-0. In the fourth quarter, Russell scored on a run of 25 yards and Taylor on one of 34. The powerful Pioneers picked up 416 yards rushing and 20 passing. Ottawa was held to 127 rushing and 42 passing. Dunn's punting was one of Ottawa's better points. He booted the ball four times, one going for 44 yards. The Cyclones will play Lawrence next Friday night at Ottawa University's Cook Field. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia's Wilt Chamberlain s off and running in the na ional Basketball Association scor ng derby with 103 points in the irst two games of the season. The Stilt poured through 57 joints Friday night to lead tliej 'hiladelphia Warriors over the JOB Angeles Lakers, 122-115 in the nly NBA action of the day. The lay before Wilt picked up 46 as he Warriors lost to the Lakers, 18-113. The Warriors, who took the lead >ermanently in the first period, lad to withhold a late surge by he Lakers. The third quarter ended with the Warriors holding an 88-86 advantage. Wilt's total on 24 field shots and 9 of 17 free throws broke his own record of 56 for Philadelphia's Convention Hall. The Stilt's per- ional game high is 67. Pressing the 7-foot-l star in Friday night's game were the Lakers Jerry West with 36, and his mate, Elgin Baylor, with 34. Four games are scheduled today, with New York and Philadelphia meeting in the afternoon television game of the week and Detroit at Boston, Chicago at Syracuse and Cincinnati at St. Louis tonight. Sullivan Has 1-Stroke Lead COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) Buddy Sullivan leads the pack as :he field heads into the second half of the $20,000 Orange County Open today. The Yuba City, Calif., golfer was one over par Friday with a 72. He was seven under Thursday with a 64. His 36-hole total of 136 is a stroke better than Jerry Steelsmith of Glendale, Calif., Bob Harrison of Pacific Palisades, Calif., and veteran Jim Ferrier of Burbank, Calif. Tied for third place with 138s are Cecil Harris of Anaheim, Calif., amateur Dennis Murphy of Huntington Beach, Calif., Tom Nieporte of Bronxville, N.Y., Jack Cupit of Longview, Tex., and Billy Maxwell of Dallas. The defending champion, Billy Casper Jr., of Apple Valley, Calif. shot a 68 Friday for a 140 total. Share Civitan Open Lead SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Ruth Jessen and Louise Suggs led the way into the second round of the $7,500 Civitan Open Golf Tournament today but they were only one stroke ahead of steady Mari- !ynn Smith. Miss Jessen was a stroke under the women's record for the back nine as she shot a 2-under-par 3831—69 in the opening round Friday while Miss Suggs banged birdies on four holes to equal Miss Jessen's round. The day's only other subpar shooter was Miss Smith who did a 70, hitting 17 greens. She sank a four-foot birdie putt on 17 for her one-under-par. Alone at 72 was Mary Lena Faulk while Barbara Romack and Kathy Whitworth were tied for fifth 'with 73s. GLOVE-CONSCIOUS-Oklahoma City University basketball toach Abe Lemons says he has discovered that putting work gloves on his players helps them in ball handling. Lemon has squad wear gloves only in fundamental drills and says it makes the players more conscious of ball. Larry Jones, left, and Bud Koper demonstrate new equipment. Learn More Of Disease That Killed Lou Gehrig C Of E Blasts Sterling, 46-6 EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) —Bruce Upstill threw five touchdown passes Friday night as College of Emporia defeated Sterling 46-6 in a Kansas Conference football game. Sterling's strong ground defense forced the Presbies to the air, and Upstill completed 16 of 22 passes for 302 yards. Four of the touchdown passes were in the last quarter. C. of E. has a 5-1 conference record and Sterling is 1-5. Cross Country Win By 'Hawks LAWRENCE (AP)-Kansas outclassed Arkansas 15-50 Friday in a cross-country race. Bill Dotson of Kansas, unbeaten this year, ran the three miles in 14:36.7, clipipng nearly 15 seconds off his course record. The seventh Kansas runner finished 25 seconds ahead of the Arkansas leader. UVNAMIC LEACOK Lfr'» Cafe D. Rlchetoo J. Martin B. Wenthe D. Heckman Royal T— t L. Wichman K. Cordle L. Bien M. Thompson T, Van Leiden . WbiUcre Pmfnteri—1 V. Chlsm . . W. W. Whitacre . B. NUBS H. Baldwin G. Ledopi Keen Co.—3 F. Kaub F. Thompson A. Burgoon W. Lewis C. Jackbon L»nndfr-lt—3 A. Baldwin J. Finch O. MorrUon H. Alben O. Kllngler Wtlllt Nurierr—1 L. Chamber! R. Crawford F. Sherman O. Miller H. -Roman 1st 2nd 188 177 159 202 190 183 178 1S9 161 1G8 112 161 151 193 169 163 200 181 184 145 122 159 198 154 158 13i> 181 16U Hi 141 124 \V 127 130 17.J 169 210 214 187 »9 142 12? 190 141 135 123 107 148 146 161 103 101 78 113 1U »« 180 156 3rd toll. 143 508 155 518 159 54J 180 517 222 551 169 502 183 521 224 555 188 576 151 48') 135 411 168 520 138 434 173 514 147 407 153 431 146 403 219 560 187 617 131 417 130 395 136 427 151 409 173 495 132 439 143 438 96 281 100 317 176 510 MGHTHAUK Ottawa Co-op—i J. Montgomery ... Johnson M. Ackley B. Yakle R. Llclitcnberger Rcnu't, Inc.—0 M. Miller J. Wlllhlte L. Hoover M. Reno M. Ball LEAGUE 1st 2nd 3rd 163 180 133 128 179 183 131 153 89 145 193 113 143 118 143 146 175 152 1)2 146 147 107 121 141 178 US 118 146 167 115 Buts * P»U BudwUer—.1 D. Rlcheson 124 T. Ruble 129 S. Smith 183 A. Jones 168 13. Heckman 194 Muutcnmery Ward K. Hollon B. Milton H. Tucker O. Burrtas Harr) Smith Auto White Akers Bond Blmmoni Heathmaa OU Co. C. Kelin J. DeVore D. Tuumberlin ... 1). Stilling E. Ferguson Co.—1 . 141 . 147 183 134 Supply . 152 123 . 165 . 138 -1 . 154 . 178 . ? 126 . 163 .. 147 148 166 146 193 187 175 148 141 171 174 146 175 in us 134 137 95 130 -ii 147 188 148 163 151 160 148 148 157 197 138 153 133 U6 130 125 134 163 toll. 476 490 373 451 405 473 435 369 444 488 438 468 545 457 538 462 365 444 359 487 437 476 432 508 470 385 417 443 1 MILAN (AP) —Champion Duilio Loi of Italy and challenger Eddie Perkins of Chicago tangle tonight for the world junior welterweight crown. But without yet stepping into the ring for their scheduled 15- round match, they are practically killing each other with kindness. Each feels he will win, though the latest odds give the edge to Loi Loi, 32, considered the best fighter Italy ever had, said he felt edgy. Although "confident of win- j ning," lie said the 24-year-old American Negro "has shown too much consideration for me, as s fighter as a man." Perkins accepted without a word of protest two postponements of the fight asked by Loi, ailing the first time from a sprained arm and the second from an intestinal disturbance. HUGHES CUES We have new RUBBER MAID KAR RUGS for all 1962 Cars. Available At HUGHES AUTO PARTS 424 S. Main Pho: CH 2-8224 Senior Golf In Finals PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) -Robert Bell met Dr. John Mercer in today's 18-hole North and South j Senior Golf Tournament finals, j Bell, 56, former Ohio State football player from Worthington, Ohio, won a 22-hole semifinal match from James Ackerman of Princeton, N.J. Mercer, 58, Fitchburg, Mass., ousted 1958 champion J. Wolcott Brown of Sea Girt, N.J., 2 and 1. Neither finalist has played previously in the 10-year-old tournament. I-State Frosh Drop Missouri AMES (AP)—The Iowa State freshman football team, using the wing-T instead of the varsity's single wing, defeated Missouri's freshmen 21-12 Friday. Halfback Tom Vaughn scored two Cyclone touchdowns and gained 120 yards by rushing. Johnny Roland of Missouri ran 34 yards for one touchdown and passed seven yards to Monroe Phelps for the other one. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An odd finding on "Lou Gehrig's disease;" a precaution about filling teeth of certain heart patients; and prospects for keeping GI's dryer from rain are subjects for focus on health. Tip on "Als?" From the faraway island of Guam has come a potential lead towards better understanding of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the usually fatal muscle-wasting disease that killed Lou Gehrig, the immortal first baseman of the New York Yankees. Among the natives of Guam, U.S. Public Health Service scientists have found an unusually high incidence of both "Gehrig's" disease and a newly-described neurological ailment called Parkin- sonism-dementia complex. Bowling Scores FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES LEAGUE Gambles—3 High 10—P. Birch, 152 High 30—Pefley, 439 Ottawa Bowl—1 High 10-30—B. Spatz, 166-461 Colby—0 High 10—C. Brown, 180 High 30—B. Carlson, 495 Royal T—1 High 10-30-S. Wolgast, 221-570 Pence— 'i High 10—R. Fletcher, IflB High 30—B. Leach, 436 Fairmont—2 High 10—D. Bryant fc C. Honn, 154 High 30—C. Honn, 394 Kramer—I High 10-30—G. Leecy, 177-465 Trout—0 High 10-30—H. Carey, 157-391 KEEN TV SERVICE 1114 S. Main CH 3-34901 Hunters SHOTGUN SHELLS All Sizes and Gauges at DISCOUNT PRICES See Us for the Lowest Price in Ottawa Fr.endly Siore Further, there's evidence of • close relationship between the two disorders. This suggests that some biological factor present in daily living of the natives — plus a possible genetic predisposition —may account for the relatively high rates. Clarification of several features common to both maladies might help towards unveiling the causes of these ailments not only among the Guam natives but in other populations of the world, the scientists say. Dental Warning All doctors and dentists have long known that dental extractions offer a prime means of admitting germs that can cause a disease called bacterial endo- carditis in people already suffering from rheumatic or congenital heart ailments. But this complication can be prevented by admin- KART RACES istering penicillin to such peoplt before any teeth are pulled. Now comes a team of Georgetown University heart specialists reporting that not only extractions but even the cleaning and filling of teeth by dentists may open a portal for B.E. bug. So they strongly urge dentists to give th« penicillin prophylaxis to vulnerable heart patients. They also urge doctors and patients to make sure the dentist knows the patient already has a heart condition. Water-proof Soldiers Researchers have come up with a new water-repellant and oil-repellant treatment for G.I. clothing, and the Army says it "promises to keep soldiers dryer longr, properties throughout repeated washings." 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